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I just.. Well.. Shahid and Mira are married now *sigh* They look so happy together and the WAY SHAHID IS HOLDING HER HAND IN ALL THE PICTURES AND PLUS THAT SELFIE ,  *cries happy and sad tears at the same time*  I am happy for them but ngl, I am still heartbroken. You see my problem?

HOOOOOLLLLLYYYYYY SHIIIIIIIIT YOU GUYS
YOU GUYS YOU GUYS YOU GUYS
THIS IS NOT A DRILL I REPEAT THIS IS NOT A DRILL

I JUST GOT A CALL THAT THE NJ SUPREME COURT SAYS I’M ALLOWED TO WORK FOR THE JUDICIARY (if you are unaware, this is a Thing since my dad is a judge–I applied for a job and they wanted to hire me but there was all this extra stuff including getting the Supreme Court to waive a policy about hiring relatives of current employees).

The lady (WHO WILL BE MY NEW BOSS) said the Court has NEVER approved anyone before so she was so sure they wouldn’t but she still wanted to put me forward because she wanted me to work with her that much and.  I knew it was a long shot and it’s been so long since I was interviewed that I thought for sure the Court would just say ‘no, lol, just put out another job posting and try to get somebody good who isn’t a judge’s kid.'  But.  No.

THEY APPROVED ME.  JUDICIARY IS GOING TO OFFER ME A JOB.  I’M GETTING OUT OF HERE TO A JOB THAT’S PURELY RESEARCH AND WRITING.  MY FAVORITE THING.

I CAN’T BREAAAAAAAATHE THE DREAM IS GOING TO COME TRUE.

anonymous asked:

hey btws thanks for being the reason i started reading sharp zero and am now crying over a dumb 5'3" man-baby named elliot

Ahhh! This makes me really happy omg I’m so glad you’re in the same tearful state as me. The more people who read Sharp Zero the better tbh it’s a really awesome comic and I adore it so much! I’m happy that I could introduce it to you!! 

i rarely get sad anymore because im at a really good place in life and have been for the past year but when i do get sad it’s literally only because i dont have anyone to makeout with tbh!!!!

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So love me like you do, love me like you do

Richard III and Anne Neville. 

25 Famous Women on Choosing to Be Childfree

Some of my favorites:

“I’m completely happy not having children. I mean, everybody does not have to live in the same way. And as somebody said, ‘Everybody with a womb doesn’t have to have a child any more than everybody with vocal cords has to be an opera singer.” —Gloria Steinem

“If I had kids, my kids would hate me … They would have ended up on the equivalent of the Oprah show talking about me; because something [in my life] would have had to suffer and it would’ve probably been them.” —Oprah Winfrey

“Honestly, we’d probably be great parents. But it’s a human being, and unless you think you have excellent skills and have a drive or yearning in you to do that, the amount of work that that is and responsibility — I wouldn’t want to screw them up! We love our animals.” —Ellen DeGeneres

“I would have been a terrible mother because I’m basically a very selfish human being. Not that that has stopped most people going off and having children.” —Katharine Hepburn

“There have been times when I wanted children and other times I’ve been grateful not to have them. I am a mess if I have to say goodbye to my dog for longer than five days. I don’t know how I would deal with kissing my children as I left for work. I know there are women who are able to do that. I don’t know if I could.” —Anjelica Huston

“I’m a woman of a certain age who doesn’t have kids and never really settled down … I enjoy kids but not for long periods. I think they’re adorable and funny and sweet, and then I have a headache."—Kim Cattrall

"I definitely don’t want to have kids … I don’t think I’d be a great mother. I’m a great aunt or friend of a mother … I don’t want to spend that kind of time. I don’t want to have a kid and have it raised by a nanny. I don’t have time to raise a child.” —Chelsea Handler

"This is not my destiny. It never was. And there is a curious rush of joy that I feel, knowing this to be true—for it is every bit as important in life to understand who you are NOT, as to understand who you ARE. Me, I’m just not a mom … Having reached a contented and productive middle age, I can say without a blink of hesitation that wouldn’t trade my choices for anything.” —Elizabeth Gilbert 

“I don’t know why women need to have children to be seen as complete human beings.” —Marisa Tomei